My Most Recent Publication

The Spring issue of the Princeton Theological Review was distributed on the PTS campus this past week, and with its distribution comes the end of my tenure as this august publication’s book review editor. It will be available in your library (if your library is any good!) or online in a few days.

Be sure to check out my short review of Bonnie L. Pattison’s Poverty in the Theology of John Calvin.

David Congdon penned the prolegomena and wrote a much more substantial piece entitled ”A Pre-Appearance of the Truth”: Toward a Christological Aesthetics that you won’t want to miss.


millinerd said…
How can an august publication come out in May?

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